Atashgah Waterfalls are located 40 km south of Lordegan in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province.
These waterfalls are two to three kilometers long in the forest valleys of the Zagros Mountains on the banks of the Khersan River, thus also been named the longest waterfalls in the country.
Atashgah village is located at the beginning of entering this waterfall valley, whose inhabitants are from Lor and Bakhtiari tribes.
About 7 consecutive waterfalls take you to the sources of this river in two or three hours of walking. You have to climb a part of the route from the wall of a rock, where, of course, they have dug footholds and climbing it does not require any special skills.
The best tourist season of this waterfall is spring and summer. Almost the entire trail along the waterfalls you will be in the cool shade of the trees and mountains around the valley.
The water of these waterfalls finally flows into the Khersan River, which is flowing downstream of the waterfall.